Please note picture of JR office desk at home. On the desk he is using a multi-line office type desk phone normally only used in a business environment. It is likely JR had access to his company switchboard in the home. The phone
also would most likely have access to a normal listed residential phone number. Someone in a hurry
could have used a residential line in error dialing 911 meaning to have pressed an extension from the office which would have been much more involved to trace.
Sure, but only a Ramsey resident is going to know which phones need an access code to phone out, their guests will be in the dark on this aspect.
If it was me I'd be answering the door to the responding officer to apologise for wasting his time and thanking him/her for turning up.
On this occasion Susan Stine took this role while John and Patsy, like the actual residents, were doing what?
Rocky Mountain News, Excerpt
An emergency call came in to Boulder police dispatcher Therese Hilleary's switchboard two nights before Christmas. It was 6:47 p.m.
The 911 caller hung up without a word, but Hilleary traced it to 755 15th Ave., a 15-room Tudor brick mansion where John and Patricia "Patsy'' Ramsey were throwing their annual Christmas party.
A return call reached the Ramseys' answering machine, so Hilleary dispatched an officer to the quiet neighborhood braced by two of the city's signature landmarks, Chautauqua Park and the University of Colorado campus.
The officer, identified in department records only as "B.O. 266,'' was on to other duties by 7:09 p.m. after being told someone had misdialed while trying to call long distance.
May 5th, 2000 Steve Thomas answered questions in a web chat for About.com, Excerpt
During the party Fleet White used our phone to make a series of calls, trying to get some medicine to his mother in a hospital in Aspen, Colorado. Apparently he dialed wrong and got 911. The police called back, but after checking with Fleet and the rest of the people in the house, Susan Stine informed them that the call was a mistake. The 911 call still remains somewhat of a mystery.
crimeADM: Two people asked about a 911 call on the 23rd
SteveThomas: private Christmas party at their house -- dispatched as an "unknown 911", a common call. Uniformed officer never went in, was told through intercom everything was ok, and he left. Exact details unknown, but investigators believed it may have been a party guest misdialing on a cordless phone
Everyone get that, Susan Stine was not going to open the door !!
Both the Stines left their high paying employment at University of Colorado to go to Atlanta and be employed by the Ramsey's.
Why would they do that, consider how Susan Stine impersonated a Police Chief via email, so the JonBenet case is personal for Susan Stine, so much so she will break the law to achieve her goals.
I've never read anything where Fleet White confirms he misdialled the 911 call.
So we have JonBenet stating that she didn't feel pretty, a misdialled 911 call, then she is dead a couple of days later, is there a link?
BlueCrab thought so, he kicked of the BDI theory before some current members were born, and given the Stines weird behavor, he might be correct.
For members not up to speed, JonBenet might have consumed the pineapple at the Stines and been assaulted there?